Mohyla Institute 95th Anniversary Celebration
St. Petro Mohyla Institute
1240 Temperance Street,
Saskatoon, SK, S7N 0P1
In conjunction with:
Ukrainian Museum of Canada
910 Spadina Cr. East, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 1H5
Re: “Celebrating the Past, Embracing the Future”
Exciting news! Famous pianist John Stetch is going to be joining us for our 95th Anniversary celebration!
Get your tickets fast before they sell out.
Contact Mohyla Institute at 306.653.1944 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and for tickets.
St. Petro Mohyla Institute is proud to be celebrating another milestone. On Saturday, September 24th, the Government of Canada, Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada will be recognizing St. Petro Mohyla Institute as a National Historic Event. By virtue of this designation, the Institute will be welcomed to Canada’s family of National Historic Sites, which includes places, people and events of national historic significance.
In conjunction with this prestigious event we are proud to be celebrating St. Petro Mohyla Institute’s 95th Anniversary and are acknowledging the 75th Anniversary of the Ukrainian Museum of Canada.
From its early beginnings, the founders and supporters of the Institute had the vision to provide a nurturing and welcoming residence for students with a Ukrainian background. Through many years of support St. Petro Mohyla Institute has evolved and grown into a mainstream post-secondary residence providing unique services. With the pending designation from the Government of Canada and the celebration of the 95th Anniversary, we see fit to champion our early supporters that are still with us today. We are inviting all members, past and present. To provide the Institute with names of residents from the 1940’s who are still with us today, so they can be honoured at these celebrations. Submissions can be made by phone at 306.653.1944 or by email at email@example.com.
The Ukrainian Museum of Canada, celebrating its 75th Anniversary, is proud to be a partner in the weekend celebrations. With the museum’s early beginnings being at the Institute, it is an honour for the two institutions to be celebrating together. What incredible milestones each group is celebrating and what diversity each of these institutions have added to the fabric of Ukrainian heritage.
We invite you to be a part of this weekend celebration, festivities and renewing friendships as we honour those who had the vision to create St. Petro Mohyla Institute and the Ukrainian Museum of Canada. More importantly, together we champion the future of these two treasures of which we are so proud.
We look forward to Celebrating the Past and Embracing the Future.